We treat every birth as the unique, special event that it is.

Woman’s offers a level of experience that will set your mind at ease. You can concentrate on enjoying the magic of your baby’s arrival, knowing we are here to keep you and your baby safe and healthy.

New mother holding newborn infant in hospital bed.

The Most Common Method of Childbirth

Vaginal delivery is a natural process whether you have a medicated or non-medicated birth experience. In a vaginal birth, the baby is born through the birth canal.

Mom looking at newborn infant.

When It Is Safer for The Mother, The Baby, or Both

A C-section birth is the delivery of a baby through a surgical incision in the mother’s abdomen and uterus. Sometimes a C-section is scheduled in advance; other times, it’s done in response to an unforeseen complication.

Couple in hospital room happy with recent delivery.

Additional Interests

  • Nurse handing newborn infant to new mom.

    Go The Full 40

    If you have gone to your due date and you and your baby are ready, your doctor might schedule an induction, which involves a medication called Pitocin to start your labor.

  • Newborn twin infants swaddled and in bassinet together.

    A Shared Birthday

    If you are expecting twins, triplets or more, you need extra care and can feel confident knowing the best obstetrical and neonatal care specialists in the region are right here at Woman’s.

  • Dad dresses newborn.

    Pack bags before your due date.

    It's a good idea to pack two bags — smaller one for Labor and Delivery and a larger one for your extended stay in Mother/Baby. After baby comes, you will pack a diaper bag to be stocked for outings.